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Curry Mallett Manor


Curry Mallett Manor can be found near Taunton in Somerset. The present day house was built in the Tudor period, although there was once a wooden Saxon castle on the site. The Mallett family lived here for 900 years, from the ninth century onwards. King John, Henry II and William the Conqueror have all stayed at the house. curry.jpg (40049 bytes)

The ghosts at the manor include a woman dressed in Elizabethan costume, who may have been a housekeeper, and a man who is seen on the anniversary of the battle of Armada. His identity is unknown.

The manor also has a strange atmosphere in certain rooms and places. The garden makes many people feel extremely uncomfortable, as does one of the bedrooms that overlooks the garden. It is thought that one of the lords of the manor treated his wife cruelly, locking her in this room. Her spirit is thought to cause the sad feeling that overcomes many visitors when they enter this room.

 

 

 

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